Deadline 20 June 2014
Catalyst Arts, is delighted to announce that we are currently seeking applications for a three-week
residency based in Antrim between the 15th July and August 10th 2014.
The residency will provide 2-4 successful applicants with the opportunity to participate
in a large UK funded project and engage creatively in a disused industrial space with
potential to create highly ambitious work. Catalyst Arts encourages proposals from
any discipline – Ideal candidates will be students or recent graduates whose work deals
with the site-specific and would benefit directly from access to a large studio space.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to respond to the environment.
The residency aims to provide an opportunity for artists to research and develop their
practice within an exciting environment, allowing the successful applicants to benefit
from peer to peer support and reach new audiences through the somewhereto_ national
Successful applicants will be provided with:
Rent-free workspace for three weeks,
Support and mentorship relevant to your area of work,
A £800 bursary divided amongst the selected artists,
Profile-raising promotion across the UK,
Contribution towards commuting costs,
Please note this OPEN CALL is only available to Catalyst Arts members.
Applicants must be aged 16-25 years-old and normally resident in the UK. Successful applicants will be
required to work from the address at 55 High Street, Antrim, for a minimum of 15 hours
per week, across no fewer than 2 days per week between July the 15th and 10th August 2014.
To apply, please send a 500 word proposal, 5 images of recent work, an artist statement
and a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading somewhere to_.
Submissions will be assessed on their suitability for the project and decided upon by the
Deadline for submissions is 20 June 2014
somewhereto_ received a £7m grant from Big Lottery Fund to support its UK-wide expansion to 2016. It is delivered in Northern Ireland by PLACE.